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Brentwood Secondary College is a vibrant learning community where all students are supported and encouraged to achieve success and to pursue excellence.  A learning community is a place where everyone is learning, both independently and together, and where everyone is continually striving to improve.  Students are supported in their intellectual, emotional, social and physical development by a highly professional group of staff.  The belief that happy, healthy, resilient students learn best and are therefore able to achieve their best is a guiding philosophy.

A Brentwood education will provide every student with the opportunity to develop their talents, to nurture a passion and to grow in confidence about their future.  The values that underpin a Brentwood education reflect the concept of a genuine learning community.  They include Values for Learning (creativity, curiosity, discipline, reflection and resilience) and Values for Community (compassion, empathy, integrity, respect and responsibility).

Facilities: Senior Learning Centre, Year 7 TLC centre, assembly hall, gymnasium, computer labs, library, basketball courts, cricket pitch/nets, netball courts, oval/playing field, pottery room, tennis courts and garden courtyards.

Curriculum: The academic program is supported by a strong commitment to pastoral care and a co-curricular program that promotes high levels of student leadership and participation.  An innovative junior school curriculum includes the Year 7 Thinking, Learning and Creativity (TLC) program, which integrates English, Humanities and ICT.  Students entering BrentwoodSecondaryCollege at Year 7 have the opportunity to apply for a place in the Curriculum Enrichment Program.  The program is offered to Year 7 students who demonstrate academic skills above those of their peer group.  At Years 8 and 9, a combination of core and elective subjects, with opportunities for support and acceleration, promote individual learning pathways.  The senior school curriculum, which includes Years 10, 11 and 12, promotes personalised pathways along with opportunities for advanced placement and university enhancement studies.  A secure pathway beyond Brentwood is a priority for all senior students.

Sport: Athletics, Australian Rules Football, Badminton, Baseball, Cricket, Cycling, Hockey, Netball, Soccer, Softball, Squash, Surfing, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball and Weightlifting.

Extra-curricular activities: These include the school production, sound and lighting team, concert band, music ensembles, choir, sporting competitions at local, regional and state levels, house sport carnivals, peer support, peer mediation, school leadership opportunities, green team, a presentation ball, school magazine, public speaking, debating, year level camps, international tours and the Great Victorian Bike Ride.

Student well being programs: Student involvement and leadership programs form an integral part of the whole school approach to student well being. The Student Wellbeing Team includes two social workers, a chaplain and psychologist. Home group teachers, heads of school, year level coordinators and the principal team also support student well being programs and initiatives at Brentwood.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 7 - Year 12
Enrolment 1514 Students
Fees Free (Government School)
03 8545******* 03 8545 0300
03 8545******* 03 8545 0355
Address 65-71 Watsons Road, Glen Waverley 3150
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